Kazinsky: 'Sean would have made a good dad'

EastEnders' Rob Kazinsky has suggested that his Walford character would have made a good father.

The 25-year-old exits the soap at the beginning of January in a dramatic New Year's Day episode, which sees the fallout of Christmas Day's paternity revelation reach an icy climax.

Despite Sean not being the biological father of his wife Roxy's baby, Kazinsky has insisted that his Albert Square counterpart would have been a good dad.

He told DS: "You only have to look at his behaviour over the last number of months. He became a responsible man, always doing what was best for Roxy. He really started to sort his life out and step up to the plate. That's why it's a shame that someone who's turned over a new leaf like Sean has had it taken away from him."

Speaking of Sean's past, he added: "Sean had the best dad in the whole world. He was a kind, considerate and caring man, but Sean didn't realise he was until 'he was gone'. Sean was 16 when his father died, so for Sean, bringing up baby Amy was a way for him to make it up to his dad - by being the father to Amy that his father was to him."




Source - Digital Spy

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